2006 Golden Score Awards – James Newton Howard, Jeremy Lubbock

Jul 14 • Awards, Blog, Golden Score Awards

The 2006 GOLDEN SCORE AWARDS was held on Friday, September 29, 2006 – 6:00 pm Sheraton Universal Hotel Photos will be forthcoming Honorees JAMES NEWTON HOWARD Golden Score Award – Film Composition & JEREMY LUBBOCK Golden Score Award – Arranging (In the name of Irwin Kostal) JAMES NEWTON HOWARD James Newton Howard’s career started in classical, and evolved into pop music before turning his focus to film scoring. Lady in the Water, King Kong, The Village, Batman Begins, Peter Pan, Hidalgo, Signs, America’s Sweethearts, Snow Falling on Cedars, The Sixth Sense, The Fugitive, Alive, My Best Friend’s Wedding, The Man in the Moon, and Pretty Woman are just a few of his 90+ film score credits. In addition this multi award nominated composer, songwriter, and producer received an Emmy for his Main Title Theme for Gideon’s Crossing and ASCAP’s Henry Mancini Award for Lifetime Achievement. JEREMY LUBBOCK Jeremy Lubbock launched his professional career as a pianist and vocalist in London and Paris, and quickly became known as an arranger, songwriter and record producer receiving 3 grammys and countless nominations. For the past 30 years he has worked with a who is who in the music business: Quincy Jones, David Foster, Joni Mitchell, Chicago, Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Barry Manilow, Patti Labelle, Michael Crawford, Neil Diamond, James Ingram, Al Jarreau, Manhattan Transfer, Diane Schuur, Rod Steward, Toni Braxton, and the list goes on.

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